Fall

Fall may seem like a quiet time in the plant world, but there is still plenty of energy movement in the plants that interests us. Berries, seeds and roots that could benefit us through the long winter are becoming easier to see with bright berries, brown burs, and yellowing leaves.  As the energy leaves the upper part of plants in the cooler weather, we try to harvest our roots before the ground freezes, but not too much ahead of that.  And there is plenty to review around remedies that would be great for prevention, as well as all the common weeds that you have learned about, and their use for colds and flus and sore throats, etc, using specific indications.  So get cozy in your sweater with a cup of tea before your venture out to dig up roots and pluck berries on your next mosquito free hike.

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Fall Plant Walks

Colleen Harryman

Lise is great. She is succinct, funny, and practical. Enjoyed these plant walks very much!

Lise is great. She is succinct, funny, and practical. Enjoyed these plant walks very much!

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Fall Classes

  • 1

    Welcome!

    • Important Welcome Message (pre-requisite)

  • 2

    About Class 12

    • About Class 12

  • 3

    Class 12 - Horsetail (Equisetum spp.)

    • Class 12 - Horsetail (Equisetum spp.) 1

    • Class 12 - Horsetail (Equisetum spp.) 2

  • 4

    Class 12 - Prickly Ash (Zanthoxylum americanum)

    • Class 12 - Prickly Ash (Zanthoxylum americanum)

  • 5

    Class 12 - Sumac (Rhus spp.)

    • Class 12 - Sumac (Rhus spp.)

  • 6

    Class 12 - Highbush Cranberry (Viburnum trilobum)

    • Class 12 - Highbush Cranberry (Viburnum trilobum)

  • 7

    Class 12 - Virginia Creeper (Parthenocissus quinquefolia)

    • Class 12 - Virginia Creeper (Parthenocissus quinquefolia)

  • 8

    Class 12 - Slideshow

    • Class 12 - Slideshow

  • 9

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